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    Ridetec coilovers and moser 9 in., what do i need to make it work

    Hey guys how we doing today? Multiple calls to Moser and no rear end ordered yet. Moser said my ridetech Coil overs won't bolt right up to their Ford 9, due to some "bumps" in the back of it, is what I recall them saying.

    I've seen the brackets that bolt the coilovers to a Moser 9 inch, does anyone have more information or pictures on this setup?

    Also, the last curve ball when I tried to order the rear end was about the LCA adjustable brackets offered by Moser. Will these brackets match up with the ridetech LCA? The options on the Moser site for adjustable LCA brackets are:

    "64-72 GM A-Body Adjustable LCA Brackets"

    "64-72 GM A-Body Adjustable LCA Brackets(For use with Moser QA1 Type Coil-over kits)"

    "None"

    Would "none" just be fixed mounts that my LCA's can bolt up to?

    Any help or info would be appreciated so I can finally get this 9 inch ordered. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nichols87 View Post
    Hey guys how we doing today? Multiple calls to Moser and no rear end ordered yet. Moser said my ridetech Coil overs won't bolt right up to their Ford 9, due to some "bumps" in the back of it, is what I recall them saying.

    I've seen the brackets that bolt the coilovers to a Moser 9 inch, does anyone have more information or pictures on this setup?

    Also, the last curve ball when I tried to order the rear end was about the LCA adjustable brackets offered by Moser. Will these brackets match up with the ridetech LCA? The options on the Moser site for adjustable LCA brackets are:

    "64-72 GM A-Body Adjustable LCA Brackets"

    "64-72 GM A-Body Adjustable LCA Brackets(For use with Moser QA1 Type Coil-over kits)"

    "None"

    Would "none" just be fixed mounts that my LCA's can bolt up to?

    Any help or info would be appreciated so I can finally get this 9 inch ordered. Thanks!
    "None" option would be the standard LCA mounts. If you get these and order the coilover brackets from Ridetech that are specific for Moser 9". No pictures, but this is what I have on my Moser 9" with Ridetech coilovers. Unless you really need the mess with the traction and planting of the tires, I would stay with the stock LCA setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by csouth View Post
    "None" option would be the standard LCA mounts. If you get these and order the coilover brackets from ridetech that are specific for Moser 9". No pictures, but this is what I have on my Moser 9" with ridetech coilovers. Unless you really need the mess with the traction and planting of the tires, I would stay with the stock LCA setup.
    What he said.

    Moser recently started doing a "coilover mount" option on their rear ends. They're more of a universal style mount. You'll want to buy the rear end from them as if you're buying a direct drop in housing for a stock car. Even their factory replacement bracket has had some design tweaks so When you buy our coilover kit, then select "Moser" brackets (or just call me and I'll be able to make sure you're squared away ).


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    Thanks for the info guys. I think I got the answers I need. Josh I’ll cal you Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nichols87 View Post
    Thanks for the info guys. I think I got the answers I need. Josh I’ll cal you Monday.
    Sounds great! If you don't get me on the direct line in my signature, just call the main line and ask for me.



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